Stopped for take-out dinner after reading mostly positive reviews. We were anxious to get back to our campsite, as the rest of our group had arrived while we were on the road, so asked if our food could be made to go. Our very friendly waitress assured us this would be possible, but we could only order a poor boy, chicken strips, or a child's meal. I ordered honey bbq chicken strips with a side of coleslaw. Another of our party of three ordered plain chicken strips with fries, and the other a 1/3 size poor boy. I went to use the washroom while our order was being prepared. While waiting to use the washroom, I noted the poor boy being made by the waitress with no gloves, just hands diving into the fixings. I don't know if her hands were clean or not. It made no difference. Those hands touch money, pens, and who knows what else. Gross. Our orders came very fast. However, the cook must have decided that I would have plain chicken strips rather than honey bbq, and my coleslaw was missing. I decided not to say anything about the non-honey bbq strips, but did ask for my coleslaw. For three very small strips and 3/4 cup of coleslaw, my bill was $8.43. Kind of pricey for a very little bit of food. I would not recommend this restaurant.
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